EXCLUSIVE: Official Trailer for WWE ‘BROCK LESNAR – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.’ DVD & Blu-Ray

June 29, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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Today at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’re exclusively revealing the trailer for WWE’s brand new “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD and Blu-ray!

An official cover artwork unveiling is soon to follow – keep checking back.

The trailer (which you can watch below) reveals that 14 matches will be included in the content.

That’s referring to the standard DVD, because we’ve just learned that the Brock Blu-ray is set to include 5 more matches on top! Just 1 has been named for the compilation so far (last week at WDN if you missed it) – a “never-before-seen” bout between Lesnar and his mentor, Mr. Perfect.

Non-Televised Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Mr. Perfect
RAW • January 28, 2002

“Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” is scheduled for release on DVD and Blu-ray formats before the year is out. A Steelbook Blu-ray will be joining them in the UK and USA.

Release Dates for WWE’s “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD & Blu-ray where you are…

USA: October 11th. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: October 17th. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: TBA. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon at Madman.com.au.

“Living on a Razor’s Edge: The Scott Hall Story” has unfortunately been delayed!

That is if you reside in the UK or Europe and plan to get your hands on the Steelbook version.

Here’s what’s going on — units of the Steelbook Blu-ray (the packaging for which is produced in the United States) have been held up in customs en route from the USA to the UK, causing the delay in stock delivery. The UK release of the Steelbook has been pushed back 2 weeks to July 18th.

The UK’s regular DVD and Blu-ray sets are releasing this Monday as originally planned.

Fans in the United States will not be affected by the delay; all editions are coming this Tuesday.

WWE Scott Hall: Living On A Razor's Edge - Steelbook Blu-ray Box Art

The “YouShoot: Swoggle” DVD just dropped, featuring recently released WWE Superstar Hornswoggle. This one’s available as a “Signature Edition”, signed by the “Little B@stard” himself!

And here’s what you can expect…

He may be smaller in stature, but he is big enough to agree to open up on YouShoot. Join Swoggle as he fields your questions about everything from Vince to The Muppets. This guy may be known as a “bully” to others, but he certainly learns to laugh at himself through the course of this appearance… especially as he begins to realize a bunch of these questions are coming from the boys with whom he spent his time in a certain large federation.

We will let you in on all the inside jokes that the boys have sent in to rattle Swoggle! Plus, the YouShoot games are here too, from The Ho Bag to Measuring Up! Ever wonder where Swoggle stacks up against Herve “Tattoo” Villachez or Peter Dinklidge? Well we measure em! Talk about high-brow entertainment!

Swoggle was a big YouShoot fan in the past…but can he watch THIS edition?!

Watch the trailer below and grab your copy from KayfabeCommentaries.com.

Still hunting down the rare Japanese exclusive “Live in Japan 2005” DVD for your collection?

Look here on eBay.com – there’s one up for grabs tomorrow at a half decent price.

The 2 disc set contains the RAW and SmackDown episodes from WWE’s tour of Japan that year.

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  1. Jason says:

    They should put his match vs mysterio and his match vs benoit. Yea.. the Benoit match ain’t happening but it’d be cool.. also his match vs bubba ray dudley

  2. Domenic says:

    Will this set only include matches from his current run outside of his match with Mr. Perfect? If not, then they should really include his match with RVD from Vengeance 2002 and the Stretcher Match with Big Show at Judgment Day 2003.

  3. Lewis says:

    Already have his 2003 dvd & 2012 bluray set. This doesn’t interest me too much as his best matches have been released to the public maybe other than his SummerSlam 2003 encounter with Kurt Angle or his Vengeance 2002 encounter with RVD.

  4. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    If I counted right, the Beast Incarnated has had 16 PPV matches beyond 2012 up till now. With the rare Perfect match, that would make it 17, leaving 2 holes left for tv-matches..if he at all has had some, I really dont remember them. Maybe instead a few of the old classics, very much the stretcher match against Big Show.

    Hope, they go this route and pack all his ppv matches on there..his matches are for the most part the only interesting at those events, and thus I really never had the urge to buy many of those blurays/dvds.

    • Wrestlevessel says:

      Are we positive that they will show Perfect vs Lesnar and not show the same satellite feed version that is Joined In Progress and in okay video quality that has been in circulation among the tape trading community and is on youtube.

    • LP1 says:

      Brock’s had 17 ppv matches(if you include the 2016 Rumble match) plus the Network exclusive “Beast In The East” match against Kofi, that brings it to 18, plus the Network exclusive “Live From MSG” match against Big Show), that brings it to 19. If you count the match that never happened(more like an angle) with Rollins the night after Mania 31 then that’s 20.

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

        Aaaah.. forgot those network specials.. problaly cos they are pretty forgettable.. -lol- ergo, hope they don’t end up on the set imo. 😉

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          Finaaaaally.. it seems like the pop-up ads are Resting in Peace! Spam-ads been sent to WDN’s edition of Supplex City! he he he

        • LP1 says:

          Actually Beast In The East was a really good show. The Japanese crowd made for such a fresh atmosphere than your normal WWE show. Plus the Kevin Owens vs Finn Balor NXT Title match on that show was damn good. I hope both of the Brock matches(the Japan match with Kofi and the MSG match with Big Show) make it onto this set since neither one of those shows were released on disc in the US. At least we’ll get something from those shows.

          • David says:

            The Japanese crowd actually respect wrestling unlike the obnoxious tryhards that go to WWE events these day and make the shows about themselves and not the performance in the ring.

            • LP1 says:

              Absolutely agree. The hipster fans. They’re obnoxious.

              • LP1 says:

                I forgot about the Brock match at Roadblock against the Wyatts. That brings his post-2012 televised matches up to 20. Or 21 if you count the Rollins match the day after Mania 31.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Have you included his matches on the Network Specials as PPVs (vs. Kofi, etc.) I think they’ll pad the remaining two spots with them if not.

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